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Mr. Charles Chauvel, the Aus- tralian film producer-director, has bought film and television rights of Will Lawson's story of the great coaching days, "When Cobb and Co. was King."
Work has already begun on the script. Production problems will in- clude the gathering of immense herds of horses. Ten thousand was the number stabled in its hey-day by Cobb and Co., who were at that time daily harnessing 4,000 horses.
In addition to the Will Lawson (tony, and the two works by Bernard O'Reilly, "Green Mountains" and 'Cullenbenbong," recently chosen for filming, Mr. Chauvel has bought "Wards of the Outer March," by K. Glasson Taylor, and "My Love Must Wait." the successful Ernestine Hill